This Chilean jeweller and industrial designer has a particular thing with lace, gold-plated lace that ebbs and flows almost like water.
Where old meets new. Milan's newest district is breeding a contemporary cool to leave other European cities envious.
Milan's oldest street, this Roman construct is home to pasticcerie, furniture stores and of course, The Last Supper.
Take a stroll down one of Milan's most beautiful shopping streets. But this one is just for the boys.
Get a feel for the countryside amongst the big city lights. Erba Brusca is an oasis of peace with it's refined menu and all round good vibes.
Named after Giulia, a set designer at the Teatro Della Scala, find a piece of operatic charm at this rooftop bar.
Taking the term 'Speak Easy' to the next level, The Doping Club has a special something to offer it's esteemed visitors.
Sunday brunch takes on a new meaning at this indoor restaurant come secret garden experience.
Go green for lunch with a budding menu at Milan's Mint Garden Cafe.